Take a walk to Jalan Horley on Sunday mornings if you are in Ipoh town. The street is also called “Memory Lane” , “Loken” or “Pasar Karat” (rustic market) by the locals. This is the open-air flea market that happening every Sunday morning. Continue reading [IPOH TRAVELS] A Walk to “Memory Lane” – Sunday Flea Market in Ipoh
Written by: João Santos
Amsterdam, city of canals, city of contradictions. Famous for being the drug and sex capital of Europe, its many waterways offer so much more than that. Wild and energetic, yet peaceful and historical. If you are used to bet on sports, either on a physical or online sportsbook, you probably know them as the city of Ajax Amsterdam, 4 time Champions League winners.
Besides that, it’s a tourist hotspot without losing that local feel. As beautiful as Venice but cooler, somehow. Continue reading [TRAVEL GUIDE] 7 Tips Before You Visit Amsterdam
This is not a drill, I repeat, THIS IS NOT A DRILL. You read it right, Traveloka is having a big international flight promotion and I am here to spread the news! Continue reading [TRAVEL] ATTENTION READERS! ATTENTION!
Funny Mountain is listed as the best Tau Fu Fah in Ipoh. Tau Fu Fah (in Cantonese) is also known as Soybean curd if you are wondering. The famous soybean stall is a family-run business and has been on-going for more than 60 years. The wacky name itself has attract attention in a fun way though. Continue reading [IPOH EATS] Funny Mountain Soya Bean & Tau Fu Fah @ Ipoh | Malaysia
Thanks to AirAsia for sending me to Langkawi to experience Holiday Quickies over the weekend. Langkawi, Malaysia is known for the natural landscapes and island paradise by the locals and also tourists from overseas. The best part is that alcohol is not taxed on the island so that explains why drinking can be cheap there. Continue reading [M’SIA TRAVELS] 3D2N Weekend Trip to Langkawi, Malaysia with AirAsia
During my Tokyo trip last year, I passed by Tokyo Station almost everyday. Tokyo Station is one of the largest stations in Japan and there are many retail shops and restaurant to explore. It is the hub for the Shinkansen. So be sure to spare some time to explore the station when you are there in Tokyo, Japan. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] Tamejiro – Soba Restaurant at Tokyo Station | Japan
Explore the Dutch countryside as Tulipmania returns to Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay with a brand-new tulip display set in an idyllic pastoral landscape. Discover the agricultural roots of the Netherlands as you stroll across blooming tulip fields dotted with traditional thatched-roof farmhouses, stopping ever so often to admire the over 35 varieties of tulips, including crowd-pleasers such as the brilliant golden ‘Yellow Flight’ and new ones like the vibrant red and white ‘Singapura’ which commemorates the 200th anniversary of Singapore’s founding. Continue reading [EXPLORE SG] The Dutch Countryside Beckons at Gardens by the Bay’s Tulipmania 2019
We decided to book Muji Hotel Beijing during our recent trip to Beijing, China. Muji started out in Japan and has expanded worldwide in the past few decades. The brand itself is a chain of household goods stores and has entered a new business sector in China. Their first Muji Hotel is open in Shenzhen, China on January 2018. As for Muji Hotel Beijing, it was opened on June 2018 and barely a year old from now. Continue reading [HOTEL REVIEW] My Stay with MUJI Hotel Beijing | China
Beijing, the capital of the People’s Republic of China is the political, educational and cultural centre of the country. The city is rich in historical sites and important government and cultural institutions. And the most impressive cultural attraction about Beijing is The Great Wall of China. Continue reading [CHINA TRAVELS] How I Explore The Great Wall of China –Mutianyu Section
Din Tai Fung is a well-known Taiwanese style restaurant and it is one of the must-visit restaurants when in Taipei, Taiwan. The restaurant specializes in Xiao Long Bao and their pork chop fried rice. We were in Tokyo for a week and decided to have Chinese food for dinner on one of the night. Thus, we decided to visit Din Tai Fung restaurant located at Nihonbashi Branch out of their 17 branches in Japan. Continue reading [JAPAN EATS] My Din Tai Fung Dining Experience in Tokyo